Archives For Observations

The Kitchen is Key

Bob Borson —  May 2, 2011 — 9 Comments

Home is where the heart is but the kitchen is the heart of the home. Here is some data of the poularity of different kitchen features.

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A big bag of nothing

Bob Borson —  April 28, 2011 — 11 Comments

A look at the different way clients view construction budgets. It’s either a big bag of something or a big bag of nothing. Which one are you?

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Ten cathedrals you should see before you are done looking at cathedrals. I have put together a list including cathedrals from all over the world, including Russia, Norway, France, Italy and Spain.

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Top 10 Things you’ll never hear an Architect say – a list of things that an architect has probably never said. How much does an architect work? Do architects take vacations?

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Perception vs. Reality

Bob Borson —  March 31, 2011 — 16 Comments

It’s a phrase that I think most of us have heard before – Perception versus Reality. It isn’t to difficult to understand it’s meaning, it purports that what you think is real isn’t actually real. It’s also one of the most valuable things you can learn.

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What are you carrying?

Bob Borson —  March 29, 2011 — 17 Comments

So why can’t a throw this stuff away? Is it possible that I kept these things thinking that when I was older, this would be the evidence my child would have that her Dad was more than just her Dad?

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Today I would like to take a look at exterior shutters, which are very common and frequently the target of DIY’ers and weekend warriors. In other words, they are terrible.

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